Property transfers to be made electronic as of next month

As of the 1st of July, the majority of property transfers in NSW must be done electronically. The new rules have been applied to certain transactions requiring registration NSW Land Registry…

FAQ’s about serving a statement of claim in NSW

When you find yourself in the position of needing the courts to assist you in settling a dispute, one way to proceed is to file a Statement of Claim. A statement of claim is a filing with the court…

Can I bring my employees to Australia with me?

The answer, as with many legal questions, is a resounding “Maybe.”  It might be helpful to begin with the assumption that Australian immigration laws are generally designed to benefit…

How Can Your Business Take Successful Legal Action?

While most businesses are able to conduct their business transactions and provide their goods and services without legal issues, occasionally disagreements can arise over the expected course of a…

Can existing 457 Visa Holders Stay in Australia?

In April 2018, after a transition period replete with complexity and confusion, the Australian government replaced the 457 (Temporary Work Skilled) visas with a new 482 (Temporary Skills Shortage)…

Social Media used as evidence in court proceedings

Family law matters are extremely sensitive and involve important financial issues as well as personal issues, including those surrounding child custody. Oftentimes the nature of the issues are…